How To: View the universe with the Meade ETX-AT Telescope

View the universe with the Meade ETX-AT Telescope

How to View the universe with the Meade ETX-AT Telescope

All you science and astronomy nuts out there, pay attention, this detailed video tutorial series will tell you everything you need to know about using the Meade ETX-AT Series Telescope to ogle the universe.

You don't need to know star charts and celestial coordinates to find your way around the heavens like a pro with the computerized Meade ETX-80AT telescope. If you can level the scope and point it north (it takes only a minute or two, using the supplied bubble level and compass), the ETX-80AT will locate the planets and deep space objects for you at the push of a button. It will then track them flawlessly as they move across the skies so you can observe them at your leisure.

All of the major planets except Pluto are easily observable through the ETX-80AT. You can study Saturn and its ring system; the primary cloud belts of Jupiter and its four major satellites; the Moonlike phases of Mercury and Venus; prominent features on Mars; and the starlike images of the distant planets Uranus and Neptune. The Moon stands out in stark, almost three-dimensional detail – showing you craters by the hundreds, mountain ranges, scarps, and valleys. Within our Milky Way galaxy the ETX-80AT displays hundreds of nebulas, star clusters, double and multiple stars, and variable stars – plus dozens of external galaxies in all their variations of form and structure.

Video chapters include:

1. Stop Hold Everything
2. Sun Warning
3. Assembling ETX
4. Align the Viewfinder
5. First Night Out
6. Easy Align
7. Home Position
8. Go to Saturn
9. Guided Tour
10a. Train the Drive Part 1
10b. Train the Drive Part 2
11. Other Autostar Features
12. Now That You Seen Saturn…
13. Eyepiece Accessories
14. FAQ – Level and North
15. FAQ- Tracking Absolutely
16. FAQ – Beginners Align
17. FAQ – Home
18. FAQ – Slew Speeds
19. FAQ – Which Star is the Alignment Star?
20. FAQ – Some Tips
21. Sky Assurance Warranty

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